Trinity College Dublin and Bank of Ireland have announced new entrepreneurship hub

Trinity College Dublin and the Bank of Ireland have announced a new partnership which aims to support students and graduates “developing innovation and entrepreneurial skills”.

The new Bank of Ireland partnership will support the development of a new Undergraduate Certificate in innovation and Entrepreneurship as well as the expansion of existing programmes such as LaunchBox, the Trinity student business incubator and new programmes such as expert-led sprints and hackathons. These programmes will also benefit from the expertise of the Bank of Ireland Innovation and Enterprise team.

BOI CEO Francesca McDonagh said at the launch: “Today marks the next chapter in our relationship: two of Ireland’s most established institutions joining forces to deliver a transformational vision for Ireland”.

Opening later this tear, the undergraduate course will be available to to all students from second year upwards. It will be housed in a” state-of-the-art space” that is currently being constructed and that will be co-located with the new Trinity Business School on Pearse Street, Dublin.

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